Cheap DCPs for Cheap Cuts Documentary Film Festival
The Post Factory are excited! We have join the list of sponsors at this year’s Cheap Cuts Documentary Film Festival.
Cheap Cuts is a UK film festival that is dedicated to short documentaries. They have a vast array of interesting short stories that will make you think, make you wonder and make you sit up and listen. Short form documentary is a fantastic genre of filmmaking, encapsulating poignant, pertinent or down right oddball stories in a succinct format. A fascinating insight into the colourful world we live in.
Post Factory is happy to have been able to help with DCP services for the festival, and extending special discounted rates to all the participating filmmakers.
Here are some stories to look out for:
- Crickland – the values and dying traditions of the oldest pub in Bournemouth. https://www.cheapcutsfest.com/crickland
- Unidentified Black Man – the dark reality of what awaits undocumented immigrants.
- The Sound of Winter – visually stunning documentary where the landscape becomes a character. https://www.cheapcutsfest.com/the-sound-of-winter
- My Aunt Piky – an intimate journey into the filmmakers own family. https://www.cheapcutsfest.com/my-aunt-piky
You can catch the Cheap Cut Documentary Film Festival from Thursday 17th May until Sunday 20th, 2018.
Festival venues are the Rio Cinema in Kingsland High Street (E8) and the Hackney Picturehouse on Mare Street (E8). Full address and location details here: https://www.cheapcutsfest.com/venues-info
Evening showings on Thursday and Friday, and run films run all day on Saturday and Sunday.